The concept of an efficient solar thermal air conditioner was initiated by Ecotrack International (a subsidiary of Ecoline Singapore Pte Ltd), a research and development company specializing in energy saving devices back in 2003,
Product reliability and viability testing under various practical condition started in 2007, when Ecoline Group Singapore (now known as Ecoline Singapore Pte. Ltd.) was setup to market the Ecoline range of solar thermal air conditioner (branded then as Sedna Aire) for various projects including the following: 2007 - 2010:
U.S. Navy Housing Facility in Singaporefor their testing and evaluation.
NOK factory in Batam, Indonesia.
NewsDesk Bar and Grill in the Philippinesfor evaluation by the Department of Energy who later issued an exemption from their Energy Labeling Program and approved the product for market in the country.
Nestle in Philippines
National University of Singapore (Department of Engineering Canteen).
The Italy Hospital (Italy for United Nation) in Khartoum, Sudan.
The Resort of Desroches Island and Wines Warehouse in Mahe, Seychelles.